Establishing Shot A cinematic shot that establishes a certain location or area.
Musical A play in which songs and music are an integral part of the dramatic structure.In playwriting, typically the name is centered, but with the advent of screenwriting software that automatically positions the character name correctly, it has become acceptable to use a similar format for character names in stageplays.Comments 0, judy Burns has been a reader and a writer who, like many others, had to network to get noticed.Writer can hire consultants to receive feedback (notes) to help improve the script, prior to submitting it to an agency, production company or theater.One-hour Episodic A screenplay for a television show whose episodes fill a one-hour time slot, week to week.Pick just one emotion that you want to get across in any given moment.Font The look of the printed text on the page.High concept A brief statement of a movie's basic idea that is felt to have tremendous public appeal.Half-finished words, its best not to cut off words like this as it looks odd on the page and often leads to confusion.
Locked Pages A software term for finalized screenplay pages that are handed out to the department heads and talent in preparation for production.
Short for Stage Right.Character arc The emotional progress of the characters during the story.Copyright 2017 FW All rights reserved.Without sound, so described because a German-born director wanting a scene with no sound told the crew to shoot "mit out sound." Manuscript A script before it has been published.Technical Demands The extent to which a play requires specific lighting, sound, sets, etc.Suggested Setting A setting on stage in which a few set pieces or lighting or other technical elements take the place of elaborate set construction.Points Percentage participation in the profits of a film.